List of newspapers in Pakistan

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Following is a list of newspapers in Pakistan.

Most news sources are owned by a few media conglomerates with Jang Group, Nawai Waqt Group, and Dawn Group delivering the majority of the dispatches. All of these groups existed before the Pakistani independence and created a niche in both print and broadcast media. Other smaller, but significant, media agencies include Khabrain Group, Express News Group, Business Recorder Group and Media Times Ltd (owner of Daily Times and Aaj Kal newspapers). Jehan Pakistan is another emerging group. It publishes Daily Jehan Pakistan from Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad simultaneously. It is an executive newspaper with a colorful new lay-out. Mr Rasheed Channa, a senior journalist, is the editor of Daily Jehan Pakistan, Karachi edition which widely covers Sindh and Balochistan. It is owned by Awais Raoof.

Newspaper Language Location Founded Notes:
Worldwide Events English Lahore 2011 Pakistan's first online newspaper
Daily Hareef Urdu Lahore http://www.dailyhareef.com.pk
Daily Nai Baat English Lahore, Karachi 2011 Current/Political
Daily Sarhad Urdu Peshawar 1970 Daily newspaper
Daily Jehan Pakistan Urdu Karachi, Islamabad, Lahore 2012 Political
Daily Jang Urdu Karachi, Lahore, Rawalpindi, London
Business Recorder English Karachi, Islamabad and Lahore 1965 Pakistan's first financial daily
Daily Times English Lahore, Karachi and Islamabad 2002
Dawn English Karachi, Islamabad and Lahore 1947
The Friday Times English Lahore 1989 Weekly newspaper
Lahore Post Urdu Lahore 1996 Daily newspaper
Daily Naya Zamana Urdu Lahore Daily newspaper
The Frontier Post English Peshawar, Quetta and Lahore 1985
Pakistan State Times English Karachi, Hyderabad and Islamabad 2011 Daily English newspaper
The Nation English Lahore, Karachi and Islamabad 1986
The News International English Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad/Rawalpindi and London 1991
Pakistan Observer English Islamabad, Karachi, Lahore, Peshawar, Muzaffarabad and Quetta 1988
The Post' English Lahore, Islamabad and Karachi 2005 Closed Permanently
Khalsa Akhbar Lahore' Punjabi Lahore 1886 Closed operations
The Regional Times of Sindh English Karachi, Hyderabad
The Star English Karachi 1951 Dawn Group's evening newspaper
The Statesman English Peshawar 2002
Pakistan Today English Lahore, Karachi and Islamabad 2010
The Lahore Times English Lahore 2011
Daily Pakistan Urdu Lahore, Islamabad, Karachi, Peshawar 1997
Express News (Pakistan) Urdu Lahore, Islamabad, Karachi 2008
Daily Dunya Urdu Lahore, Karachi, Faisalabad 2012
Daily Pakistan Urdu
Millat (Gujarati: મલ્લત) Gujarati Karachi 1946
Vatan (Gujarati: વતન) Gujarati Karachi 1942
Wahdat (Pashto: وحدت‎) Pashto Peshawar 1983
Khabraan (Punjabi: خبراں) Punjabi Lahore 2004
Chitral Vision (Khowar: چترال وژن) (Urdu: چترال وژن) Khowar Karachi, Chitral, Peshawar 1996
Alakh (Sindhi: اَلَکُ) Sindhi Hyderabad
Hilal-e-Pakistan (Sindhi: هلال پاڪستان) Sindhi Karachi 1946
Ibrat (Sindhi: عبرت) Sindhi Hyderabad 1958
Kawish (Sindhi: ڪاوش) Sindhi Hyderabad 1990
Koshish (Sindhi: ڪوشش) Sindhi Hyderabad 1998
Mehran (Sindhi: مهراڻ) Sindhi Hyderabad 1957
Sach (Sindhi: سچ) Sindhi Karachi
Safeer (Sindhi: سفیر) Sindhi Hyderabad
Shaam (Sindhi: شام) Sindhi Hyderabad 1999
Daily Sindh (Sindhi: سنڌ) Sindhi Hyderabad 1995
Daily Sindhu (Sindhi: سنڌو) Sindhi Hyderabad 1989
Shan e Gujrat (Urdu: شان گجرات) Urdu Gujrat 2009

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